Jean-Marc Huet, the company's chief financial officer, said: "Our business is very large in scale and reach, with operations in over a hundred countries. "The challenge that this poses for our auditors has been successfully met by PricewaterhouseCoopers over many years and we have always been impressed with the rigour and quality of their audit. "However, given changes in the regulatory environment and market expectations, it makes sense for Unilever to rotate its auditors at this time." [Sky News]
Hey all you Trusty McTrustersons! Here’s an excerpt from a post Trusty Tim Ryan published today on LinkedIn explaining something new at PwC called The New Equation: What we know is that trust will be the defining factor in how businesses are able to achieve both profit and purpose – so in the US, we are aligning […]
Andrew Yates has put together a squad—six men (including Yates) and six women—who will act as his right hand when he takes over as CEO of KPMG Australia on July 1. One of the members of KPMG Australia’s new National Executive Committee is a recent refugee of PwC, according to a press release: External hire, Dorothy […]
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